Sports

October 12, 2013

High school football scores from around the state

Alexander 33, LaGrange 19

Alpharetta 35, North Forsyth 6

Appling County 52, Brantley County 14

Aquinas 42, Lincoln County 14

Archer 41, Central Gwinnett 20

Athens Academy 24, Pinecrest 17

Athens Christian 35, Hebron Christian Academy 8

B.E.S.T. Academy 37, Maynard Jackson 18

Banneker 58, South Atlanta 12

Benedictine Military 51, Toombs County 13

Bethesda Day 8, Edmund Burke 6

Bleckley County 42, Macon County 21

Bowdon 48, Temple 13

Bradwell Institute 43, Windsor Forest 28

Brentwood 55, Thomas Jefferson 30

Brooks County 39, Fitzgerald 21

Brookstone 19, Hawkinsville 14

Brookwood 20, Shiloh 7

Brunswick 26, Coffee 19

Buford 42, White County 6

Burke County 35, Richmond Academy 12

Cairo 42, Worth County 28

Calhoun 45, Pepperell 0

Callaway 46, Central-Carrollton 13

Calvary Day 37, Savannah Christian Prep 0

Cambridge 14, Forsyth Central 0

Camden County 27, Tift County 14

Campbell 35, Pebblebrook 26

Carver-Atlanta 40, Therrell 6

Carver-Columbus 48, Henry County 14

Cedar Grove 48, McNair 21

Cedartown 42, Pickens 34

Chapel Hill 17, Douglass 14

Charlton County 38, Lanier County 8

Chattooga 41, Armuchee 12

Chestatee 27, Walnut Grove 6

Clarke Central 23, Heritage-Conyers 3

Claxton 13, Portal 8

Clinch County 30, Irwin County 24

Columbia 14, Chamblee 10

Cook 19, Pelham 0

Coosa 26, Dade County 0

Creekside 41, Northgate 13

Creekview 35, Northview 21

Crisp 46, Fullington 14

Cross Creek 7, Hephzibah 6

Curtis Baptist 51, Bethlehem Christian Academy 6

Decatur 31, Blessed Trinity 28, OT

Deerfield-Windsor 38, Bulloch 10

Dodge County 34, Wheeler County 7

Dominion Christian 35, Loganville Christian 13

Dooly County 56, Central-Talbotton 0

Dublin 53, T.W. Josey 0

Eagle’s Landing 57, Dutchtown 27

East Coweta 14, Westlake 7

East Paulding 31, Hiram 19

Elbert County 40, Morgan County 0

Emanuel County Institute 42, Treutlen 15

Evans 27, Jones County 15

Fayette County 34, Columbus 6

First Presbyterian Day 48, Twiggs County 13

Flowery Branch 44, Winder-Barrow 7

Gainesville 58, Salem 8

Gatewood 38, Briarwood 14

Georgia Military 21, Warren County 8

Gilmer 30, Cass 13

Glenn Hills 36, Butler 7

Grady 28, Washington 14

Grayson 37, Berkmar 7

Greater Atlanta Christian 49, Westminster 3

Harlem 28, East Laurens 26

Harris County 31, Bainbridge 30

Hart County 44, Oconee County 14

Heard County 54, Manchester 13

Heritage-Catoosa 48, LaFayette 26

Holly Hill Academy, S.C. 66, St. Andrew’s 14

Hughes 58, Douglas County 0

Jefferson 26, Rabun County 20, OT

John Milledge 42, Central Fellowship 0

Johnson County 42, Montgomery County 7

Johnson-Gainesville 31, Clarkston 21

Johnson-Savannah 22, Savannah 15

Kell 35, Osborne 15

Lakeside-Evans 21, Houston County 20

Lakeview Academy 42, Cross Keys 0

Lamar County 47, Monticello 7

Lambert 24, Centennial 23

Landmark Christian 34, Strong Rock Christian 12

Laney 35, Westside-Augusta 2

Lanier 40, Eastside 10

Locust Grove 44, Woodland Stockbridge 27

Loganville 29, Apalachee 21

Lovejoy 42, Morrow 6

Lowndes 3, Valdosta 0

Luella 21, Rockdale County 7

Madison County 28, Lumpkin County 21

Marietta 49, Kennesaw Mountain 31

Marion County 28, Pacelli Catholic 14

Marist 35, Lithonia 6

McEachern 40, South Cobb 0

McIntosh 35, Whitewater 15

Meadowcreek 21, Habersham Central 14

Mill Creek 47, North Gwinnett 28

Miller County 18, Randolph-Clay 0

Mitchell County 54, Terrell County 8

MLK Jr. 43, Dunwoody 21

Monroe Area 47, Stephens County 0

Mt. Paran Christian 28, Whitefield Academy 17

Mt. Pisgah Christian 14, King’s Ridge 6

Mundy’s Mill 30, Drew 14

Newnan 14, Tri-Cities 9

Newton 25, Druid Hills 7

Norcross 28, Collins Hill 0

North Cobb 27, Hillgrove 17

North Cobb Christian 41, Providence Christian 21

North Hall 62, Fannin County 7

North Oconee 42, Franklin County 7

North Paulding 42, Rome 24

Northeast-Macon 20, Taylor County 17

Northside-Warner Robins 52, Grovetown 12

Oglethorpe County 28, Social Circle 0

Ola 42, Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 0

Our Lady of Mercy 14, Holy Innocents’ 7

Parkview 28, Dacula 21

Peach County 51, Jackson 10

Peachtree Ridge 38, Mountain View 13

Pierce County 48, Southeast Bulloch 13

Pike County 48, Southwest Macon 0

Prince Avenue Christian 28, Commerce 13

Richmond Hill 35, Effingham County 20

Riverdale 20, Spalding 19

Riverwood 42, Sprayberry 17

Rockmart 47, Haralson County 28

Sandy Creek 49, Shaw 0

Savannah Country Day 35, Jenkins County 22

Schley County 22, Greenville 0

Seminole County 38, Stewart County 0

Sequoyah 36, North Springs 27

South Forsyth 31, Chattahoochee 24

South Paulding 42, New Manchester 24

Spencer 46, Bremen 41

Statesboro 24, Liberty County 7

Thomas County Central 62, Northside-Columbus 7

Thomasville 35, Berrien 13

Thomson 13, Swainsboro 6

Trion 34, Mt. Zion-Carrollton 12

Tucker 31, Stephenson 28

Union County 40, Riverside Military Academy 24

Valwood 39, Terrell Academy 14

Villa Rica 28, Lithia Springs 14

Walker 25, Fellowship Christian School 20

Warner Robins 48, Greenbrier 7

Washington County 40, Jefferson County 0

Washington-Wilkes 56, Greene County 16

Wesleyan 35, Hapeville 20

West Forsyth 42, Johns Creek 13

Westfield 48, Southland 21

Westover 17, Crisp County 3

Wilcox County 42, Turner County 39

Wilkinson County 30, Hancock Central 26

Woodland Cartersville 22, Paulding County 14

Woodward Academy 43, Towers 7

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